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Add an event. Add a reference: Book Author. Search for a book to add a reference. Kotibar batyr's descendants have built a new mausoleum for their great ancestor and have honoured him by organizing the celebration of his anniversary.
In the second part, "Paradise Country" "Uzhmak Eli" , of this book, readers find interesting facts and stories about Germany. Also, the author of the book writes about important events he witnessed as a journalist during his career at the time of the Soviet Union and gives his professional opinion and advice to readers and young writers of our country.
The book is intended for general readers and individuals who plan to become journalists. In addition, Tauman Torekhanov writes about tragic and disastrous events which he personally witnessed in the regions of nuclear and mass destruction weapons test sites. In this novel, most of characters and personalities are genuine and their real names are used. Also, the book depicts people and nations who suffered and became victims of the red empire's coward and evil policy between and The names of land and water resources used in the novel are given as in the official geographical maps.
The book is written to honour fathers, mothers, and ancestors who were not able to freely express their opinion during the red empire and were not able to see today's independent and free Kazakhstan. In addition, sad and tragic events of "Bloody" and "Tragic" years are described in the novel.
It is written based on documents and articles stored in archives or published by the mass media of London, Paris, Germany, Poland, USA, Russia, and Central Asia; documents and reports of geographers, diplomats, Russian military staff; and materials of open minded intellectuals, historical figures, and scientists of XIX-XXth cc. The novel consists of 3 chapters.
The first chapter is dedicated to Kotibar Basenuli, national hero, notorious knight and historical person of his time. The chapter also describes based on historical documents and archives how colonizers of Kazakhstan have eliminated Kotibar batyr. In addition, readers can find information about Tama Eset Kokiuli. Moreover, there are interesting and previously not published facts about Monke bi and Samruk, considered Nostradamus of their epoch. In the Kazakh history, there were two well known people with name Eset.
The first person was Tama Eset and the second one was Shekti Eset.
The original version of documents and materials in Russian, English, French, German, and Polish languages written by E. Kovalevski, B.
Zalesski, V. Perovski, V. Grigoriev, N. Ignatiev, Shokan Ualihanov, Mihail Venukov and interpretations of the author are given as well.
Zaleski has published these photos as part of his book that is nowadays on sale in Stockholm and Moscow antique stores for and Euros, respectively. The novel mentions the fact that the place and year of birth and death of Eset Kotibaruli has been so far given wrongfully in various historical, documental and instructional books. The author describes in detail the correct place and date year and month of birth of Eset, when his original mausoleum was built and who participated in the construction of it based on materials of the epoch in which Eset batyr lived.
In addition, the author writes about the reconstruction of Eset-Daribay mausoleums after Kazakhstan has become independent. Another interesting fact that could be useful for researchers of Eset batyr is an opinion of the author to different interpretations of history done under the influence of Soviet Union.
The third chapter of the book describes lives of descendants, currently residing in Kazakhstan, of well known historical people.